Development Delimma Plr Ebook

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Table Of Contents


Chapter 1: Development Basics

Chapter 2: Expected Milestones For Your Childs Age

Chapter 3: Gross Motor Skills

Chapter 4: Fine Motor Skills

Chapter 5: Cognitive Skills

Chapter 6: Speech

Chapter 7: Social Skills

Chapter8: Developmental Delays

Wrapping Up

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Chapter 2: Expected Milestones For Your Childs Age


The development milestone guide is a chart or a format that ideally depicts the child’s skills within a very specific time line. These specifics are usually calculated based on the average growth rate mentally and physically by census taken from similar age groups around the globe.

The Norm

However the parent should also be aware that these guidelines on the expected milestones are just that, guide lines, and there is really no need to panic should the child in question be a little late in a particular area of development.

It is possible that some children will develop at their own pace thus there is no real need for the parent to be over anxious over the matter. However if the development is significantly later than expected, a doctor’s advice should be sought.

The following is a very general guide of the expected milestone of what the child’s development should be:

A few months after birth, the newborn will be expected to be able to respond to physical and visual stimulation. The bond with the prime caregiver will be established and evident in small ways such as a smile or the clutching with its fingers.

The baby will also usually be able to cry according to its needs and will respond to any high pitch sound easily.

Following this period of growth the now 4 month old baby will be able to grasp at object and squeal with pleasure while also being able to react to familiar voices and routines.
There will also be evidence of the baby taking a keener interest in its surroundings and sounds.

At 6 months most babies will be able to lift their head and move shoulders. They will also be able to better decipher things and its required responses. Some will even be able to make one syllable sounds.

These expected milestone lists usually go on till the teenage stage.

Chapter 3: Gross Motor Skills


Gross motor skill usually involve the large muscles of the body which enables functions such as walking, kicking, sitting upright, lifting and many other necessary motor skill that would be needed throughout the various phases of a child’s development.

The Larger Muscles

The gross motor skills of a child would very much depend on the muscle tone and strength where any sign of low muscle tone would be characterized as a severe possibility of the presence of a disabling condition such as Down syndrome, genetic or muscular disorder or central nervous system disorders.

The gross motor skills are very pivotal to the movement of major body parts and coordination between body movements.

Most parents are usually on high alert for the first signs of the weakness in this area and once identified will usually seek some form of re course to correct the situation.

The need to correct the situation stem from the parents concern about the weakness of the gross motor skill that can and will eventually effect the child’s education and general progress as a normal developing child.

These treatments can come in the form of a team being commissioned to evaluate the physical or mental capabilities of the child and then getting a therapist to work with the child to address the specific areas of lack.

The frequency of the therapy needed would very much depend on the stage of lack in the gross motor skills platform.
There is usually an orderly sequence in which the skill to control the extremities of the body such as the legs, arms, hands and feet are all coordinated to engage in the desired activity in an optimal manner.

Although rapid development in this area is a good indicator of the progress rate anticipated, delays should not been seen alarming, as later development is not really unusual.

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